Margeret Gough, associate professor of sociology, explained the link between health insurance and cohabitation and marriage on to an audience of 19 people on Tuesday at her lecture titled “Longitudinal Models of Source of Health Insurance on Young Adults Cohabitation and Marriage” held via WebEx.
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The University of La Verne has entered phase one of a three-phase plan for the opening of a new College of Health that is set to officially open in fall of 2024.
While the thought of catching the coronavirus is something that many dread, this growing pandemic also highlights a troubling lack of adequate health care in the United States.
Margaret Gough, assistant professor of sociology, presented her study on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on family formation at noon Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The United States health care system is far behind other developed countries and our political system is keeping it stifled.
The University of La Verne’s physician assistant program has received provisional accreditation through the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. “The ARC-PA is one of the most difficult accreditations for universities to receive,” Provost Jonathan Reed said. “It is an extremely difficult and thorough process, and the evaluation is very strict.” The […]
One of every $3 will be spent on health care in the U.S. by 2040, Ave Sims, assistant professor of health services management predicted during her lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
People making $250,000 or less per year may face a tax increase after the 2018 budget was approved by the U.S. House Oct. 19 with all Republican and no Democratic votes.
President Donald Trump’s administration is no longer acting against women subtly; instead he is attacking them blatantly, making sure he puts his hands all over reproductive rights. The Trump administration rolled back the mandate that most companies must provide free contraceptive coverage for their female employees with the Affordable Care Act.
Since President Donald Trump has come into office, one of his main objectives has been to repeal and replace Obamacare, or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.